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Katy Perry At The Echo Awards In Berlin

I have always really admired the fact that Katy Perry isn’t afraid to be weird. Katy definitely marches to the beat of her own drum and I love that about her. Although weird has sort of become the new normal in the entertainment industry thanks to people like Katy, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj and others I can’t seem to think of at the moment, Katy still manages to stand out. While the actual pictures of her performance on the Echo Awards in Berlin show her outfit was a little out there, her arrival pictures on the red carpet are really the ones that appeal to me. She takes a fairly normal looking dress and pairs it with crazy blue hair but somehow, it all comes out looking kind of natural – or as natural as blue hair can look anyway.


  • wowww super body…that guy must be crazy or blind!!!!!

  • I prefer how she looks on the catwalk.

    I’m sort of conflicted. We as women are entitled to dress how we want. It’s not a right we’ve been given – it’s one everyone was born with – men and women. However, sometimes I do get a tad fed up (and bored) with the constant sexual nature of certain performances, like that’s the only way.

  • I’m not suggesting for a minute that raunchy female performers should cover up. If it’s what they want to do, then fine. What I’m talking about is it would be nice to see variety rather than one type of performance. What I feel is lacking is range. It just feels a lot are taking their clothes off, like it’s the rule if you want to sell records.

  • You mean red carpet, Mel, not cat walk. :)

    I understand what you’re saying about the lack of variety, but that’s just the way it is. It will continue until it runs out of steam or a great shift in buying behavior happens. I don’t see that happening any time soon.

  • Yes, sorry, I so meant red carpet. Thought that’s what I’d written.

    You have a point, but I’m not sure I quite agree with it. However, you could be right. It’s just that sometimes, seeing the same formula again and again, even on artists who were pretty straight-laced, saddens me sometimes.

  • The best thing you can do, Mel, is to either try and do something no matter how small to make you feel like you’re making some kind of difference, or basically try and not let it get to you. Those are your two options. Getting frustrated about it, but doing nothing gets you nowhere. Not letting it get to you gets you somewhere.

  • Thanks, Famali. I really do like her outfit on the red carpet. I think it’s quite unusual and quite striking. I also like the way she styled her hair. This is one of the longest times I think I’ve seen her stick to a particular color.

  • That’s very true, Mel! She does seem to change her hair color a lot. I think she’s kinda still changing stuff up even though she’s had the one blue color for a while – her hair was styled one way on the red carpet, then on stage it was a ponytail. I’ve also seen her in a short hairstyle with the blue hair. So she’s still experimenting.

  • Yeah, you’re right. She is still switching things up, isn’t she? I’m still curious to see what color she’ll choose to go for next! I reckon she’ll go back to pink or maybe she’ll just go back to her natural color.

  • I am soooo digging her hairstyle on the red carpet, plus the metallic outfit is cool. It looks pinkish in some of the pictures. I think she’s generally very stylish. She knows what suits her. Really really like the hairstyle.

  • Let’s not forget the shoes either, Luke. But shhhhh, just in case Wanda comes running in trying to claim them. LOL! Wanda, I saw ’em first so hands off!

    p.s.: I didn’t know Katy had a tattoo on her foot. Can you see it there?

  • I wonder what song she was performing to – is it a new single of hers? In that main big pic up there, one of her dancers right at the back (on the right) kinda looks like the male version of Rihanna to me. Not an insult. Just that I see a resemblance. :-)

  • what i would give to smash her

  • Without the body that gets them noticed, the vast majority will never make it to the stage and subsequently the red carpet.